The Waggon and Horses on Surbiton Hill Road in Surbiton has been utterly transformed. Where once stood a pub, now stands a gastropub with real ambition. Out are the dingy corners of an unloved local boozer and in is the vibe of a very chic, modern country kitchen. The food is excellent, hearty, rustic and classic, and the bar is well stocked primarily with wines from Spain and France, but also with some standout bottles from New Zealand and South America.
The food at the Waggon and Horses offers a pleasant blend of classic pub favourites like bangers and mash pie of the day (made in-house) with some ambitious options like moules mariniere and a courgette, red pepper and leek wellington. The Waggon and Horses on Surbiton Hill Road in Surbiton is a family restaurant, and as such young diners are well catered for too, with mini versions of the main a la carte menu available, alongside some more familiar favourites like pizzas.
No gastropub worth its salt overlooks Sunday lunch, and the Waggon and Horses on Surbiton Hill Road in Surbiton is no exception. The team at the pub serves a dedicated Sunday menu with a selection of four roasts to agonise over. In the summer months, drinkers can take advantage of the garden and sip something cool as the sun sets. The Waggon and Horses pub serves food Monday to Friday between 12pm and 2:30pm and in the evenings between 6pm and 10pm. At the weekend, diners can join the restaurant on Surbiton Hill Road in Surbiton between 12pm and 10pm on Saturdays and 12pm and 9pm on Sundays.
Lovely food, great service and reasonably priced. Would definitely recommend to friends and family. Have also been to their sister restaurant in Epsom which is just as nice. Nice setting and has taken me a long time to find a nice Thai restaurant that is reasonably priced.
Lovely staff, very friendly. Fab food.recommend sea bass or duck breast - yummy! Platter starters are good too. Will definitely visit again, thank you .
Great service, great food, great atmosphere with some great offers on the table. Would highly recommend to anyone in the surbiton/Kingston area wanting a delicious not overprice Thai meal
Excellent food and service as always. A very enjoyable meal and good atmosphere. I have been visiting Norbiton Draggon for many years and they are always consistent.
The food was nice without being outstanding. It lacked the vibrancy of flavour expected from an authentic Thai restaurant. There was a disproportionate amount of green and red peppers in all the curries. The thai tapas portions were small and not a lot different from similar food bought from the supermarket The crispy duck portion was small and very dry, obviously not fresh. The main portions were a little more generous and filling. The service was pleasant,. The decor was warm and comfortable. The outdoor area looked very inviting for a drink on a sunny summers day. We were here about 8 months ago for dinner and the Thai food was so much better. A fine place for a casual beer and a Thai curry with a few friends if you live locally.
This visit was very disappointing. We wanted a Thai meal with friends. We looked on the website and the Thai menu was advertised. However, when we arrived the bar staff informed us that the management had taken the Thai menu off and had not updated the website and that it had been this way for a couple of weeks. Very disappointing. The bar staff said a lot of the clients turn up for Thai but it is not available so many customers are dissatisfied. I believe that the management think people would rather eat burgers and hot dogs in the summer!!!! But don't feel it necessary to change the website and take off the Thai menu. The bar staff were great and gave us free drinks which we appreciated. But being a local in Surbiton I would not go to the Waggon and Horses again with a menu of burgers and hot dogs.
Although we were very impressed with the food, and would return on that basis alone, the food took over an hour to arrive. Tables arriving after us were served and finished eating before we got our food. And the restaurant was only half to three quarters full. Manager did give us a round of kids drinks and my wife's wine off the bill.
we're slowly working our way through the Thai menu, some dishes are too "western" and not authentic enough such as the satay and noodles, but was very pleased with the dim sum and fish cakes. The pulled crispy duck burger went down a storm with my teenagers, with chips! which just shows where the East meets West does work.
We had a really lovely Thai meal on Mothers Day & would definitely return again soon. Just one little 'gripe' ......we were seated upstairs in the corner and it was rather dark there, but that didn't spoil our visit. it just needed more lighting in that area.
Unfortunately the restaurant was having a problem with its gas supply, but we were not told at the beginning. The food took ages to arrive and when it did, it was either not hot or overdone! The Manager was very apologetic and gave us a 50% discount on the food. The waitresses did their best but nothing could really make up for the poor food. All of the other guests experienced the same problem.